Avengers 4: Endgame is history. So it’s time to look into the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
A few months ago, the entire line-up of Phase 4 was revealed. Even at Phase 5 is already working hard, especially in the series area. The integration of Disney + plays an important role. Now, the announced She-Hulk series has made a big leap forward.
Marvel’s She-Hulk series receives Rick and Morty boost
As The Hollywood Reporter has learned, there is now a creative mindset to position the she-hulk on Disney +: Jessica Gao, who has been causing quite a stir by her work on the hugely popular and idiosyncratic animated series Rick and Morty has taken care of. For the episode Pickle Rick (Season 3, Episode 3) she received an Emmy. Now she cares about the fate of She-Hulk.
Jessica Gao will design the basic concept for She-Hulk and then supervise the overview of the Writers’ Room. This is the first exciting news that has brought us to the series since it was announced by Marvel boss Kevin Feige at the D23 Expo. For Jessica Gao, who acted as a scriptwriter in comedy series like Silicon Valley and Robot Chicken, She-Hulk is her biggest engagement so far.
How exactly She-Hulk, cousin of Bruce Banner and known under the civic name Jennifer Walters, integrated into the MCU, is not yet clear. In the comics, the character appeared on the side of the Fantastic Four in the 1980s, before her later series went in the direction of comedy and did not shy away from meta-elements. If that’s not a perfect basis for a Rick and Morty author.
Together with the rage monster embodied by Mark Ruffalo, there are now two Hulk figures in the MCU. We look forward to seeing how the creatives bring their stories together. However, in Phase 4, a whole host of other MCU series, including Hawkeye, Loki, WandaVision, and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, from the animation series What If …? not to mention.